Georgia: Islamic Indoctrination Spread to Public Schools

Last week we told you Islam quiz has Walton County, GA. parents ‘outraged’. More via Reports of Islamic Indoctrination Spread to Georgia Public Schools | American Center for Law and Justice

Islamic indoctrination in public school is occurring right here in our backyard. As we previously reported, the core tenets of Islam are being taught in public schools in a way that could violate the U.S. Constitution. Other religions, such as Christianity, are barely covered. Recently, reports out of Georgia paralleled what has happened in Florida, Wisconsin, and Tennessee.

Georgia schools are required by the Georgia Department of Education to teach about Islam. For example, the Georgia Performance Standards mandate that students be able to “Compare and contrast the prominent religions in Southwest Asia (Middle East): Judaism, Islam, and Christianity.” Much like other states, the Georgia Department of Education sets state-wide education standards and the local schools decide the curriculum. Local schools in Georgia, however, are reportedly adopting curriculums that appear aimed at indoctrinating—rather than educating—students.

The Atlanta Journal Constitution reported on one local middle school that is taking their curriculum too far. The AJC reports:

“It is important that students understand the differences between each of these religions to help them understand the tensions that exist in the region,” the state standards, known as the Georgia Performance Standards, say.

In Walton County, that manifested itself in a homework assignment one parent found objectionable: “Allah is the [blank] worshiped by Jews & Christians,” the document said. The child filled in the blank with “same God.”

This is outrageous. State education standards require education on Islam, not indoctrination into the religion. Rather than explain the history of world religions, schools are reportedly forcing students to learn the Five Pillars of Islam—the creed one must learn to convert—and teaching students that Allah is the same God worshipped by Christians.

Unfortunately, this practice has been happening in schools for years. A spokeswoman for Walton County Public Schools stated that

“We are teaching the same stuff that everyone else is teaching,” she said, adding that the district hasn’t changed its curriculum on the topic in nine years. Her son, a senior in high school, told her he remembers doing a quiz along the lines of the Allah is the “same God” back when he was in seventh grade.

Parents are understandably outraged. As one frustrated parent told the local news, “We are seeing one page, five statements of Christian faith and 5 or 10 pages of Islamic faith, so there is no accountability to make sure it is equal.”

Something needs to be done. We at the ACLJ are working hard to investigate, expose, and end these unconstitutional practices, and are committed to fighting for the constitutionally protected rights of all public school students. We continue to receive contact from concerned parents and citizens.  We are working directly with our clients—parents of students in local schools—and preparing to send out demand letters to these schools if necessary. Moreover, we recently sent open records requests to every school district in Tennessee to find out exactly what is being taught in our schools.

The ACLJ will not stop until our students’ constitutionally protected rights have been restored.

To learn more about Shari’ah law’s threat to our constitutional freedoms, please see our bookletShari’ah Law: Radical Islam’s Threat to the U.S. Constitution.

Read more about how Islam is advancing rapidly in Georgia in our archives on the state. Search your state in the drop down box on the upper right of each page.


Georgia: Islam quiz has Walton County parents ‘outraged’

Source: Islam quiz has U.S. parents ‘outraged’ via Leo Hohmann

Above is an excerpt from a quiz given to students in Walton County, Georgia.


Hundreds of irate parents are planning to attend the Walton County, Georgia, school board meeting Oct. 10 to convey their outrage over their children being taught the religious beliefs of Islam in middle-school social studies.

The outrage erupted over a quiz handed out to students asking them to answer questions related to the five pillars of Islam, the Quran as the “holy” book of Muslims, and the conversion prayer known as the “shahada,” which states, “There is no god but Allah and Muhammad is his messenger.” Perhaps most disturbing to Christian parents was the “correct” answer that the Muslim god Allah is the “same god” that is worshiped by Christians and Jews.

At the same time Islam is being studied in detail, the beliefs of Christianity are glossed over, parents say. They now have more than 2,300 parents and concerned citizens who have joined a Facebook group dedicated to opposing the school system’s methods of teaching comparative religions.

“I believe my children are my responsibility, and I believe I need to be the one teaching them what we believe instead of the school,” Bill Green told News 95.5.

Parent Michelle King told WSB-TV she’s upset because students seem to spend a lot more time learning about Islam than any other religion.

“My daughter had to learn the (shahada), and the five pillars of Islam, which is what you learn to convert,” King said. “But they never once learned anything about the Ten Commandments or anything about God.”

“What they are learning goes against my religion completely,” she said.

Kim Embry, spokeswoman for the Walton County School District, said in an interview with Fox 5 that some Christian students may need to learn more about Islam than Christianity since they’re already familiar with the Christian faith.

Ryan Breece launched the Facebook page in an attempt to get school officials to alert parents to upcoming lessons on religion or other sensitive topics. They say that would give them a chance to opt their children out of assignments with which they disagree.

Breece said he pulled his sixth-grade daughter out of recent lessons on Islam, and her grade suffered as a result. He doesn’t think that’s right.

“We need to see the assignments, and we need to be able to opt out without any grade negativity on our children,” he told News 95.5, adding that he expects hundreds of parents to attend the Oct. 10 board meeting with similar demands.

Breece said Tuesday he has been invited to a private meeting with the school board Wednesday at 9:15 a.m.

“Fox News will be there,” he wrote on the group’s Facebook page. “Please come and gather in the parking lot or lobby to show your support. Now it’s time for us to show we all care about this issue.”

The Board of Education building is at 200 Double Springs Church Road, Monroe, Georgia.

The education standards being used in Walton County are the same standards used in all of Georgia and there have been complaints in the past. Last year, parents from Cartersville Middle School in Cartersville, Georgia, contacted WND and said their school was inviting Islamic teachers to come and indoctrinate their children about the tenants of Islam.

The latest controversy was touched off when Youth Middle School gave a fill-in-the-blank test on the basics of Islam as one of several examples of controversial lessons (correct answers in parenthesis):

  • “In 610, Muhammad was told by the angel (Gabriel) that he was a (prophet) sent to Earth by (God)
  • “He began preaching a new monotheistic faith called (Islam) – (Surrender) to God”
  • “Basic beliefs of Islam:
  • “Followers of Islam are called (Muslims) who believe in (one) God, called (Allah)
  • “Allah is the (same God) worshiped by Jews & Christians
  • “Muslims believe Muhammad was the (last) of God’s prophets
  • “The teachings of Muhammad were written down in the (Quran) …, the holy (book) of Islam.”

Other assignments delved into the five pillars of Islam – pilgrimage to Mecca, giving of alms, fasting and prayer five times a day, along with the associated Arabic words and phrases.

Arabic is the fastest-growing language in U.S. public schools, likely due to the 70,000 foreign refugees, the majority of them Muslim, who are being resettled annually by the Obama administration in cities and towns across the U.S.

Just latest in long line of complaints by parents

This type of parental uproar over Islamic teachings in public schools has become endemic across the U.S. in recent years, with complaints by parents popping up in school districts nationwide since 2011.

Christina Michas, founder of Operation Jericho Project and co-founder of Citizens United for Responsible Education, has been tracking the encroachment of Islam into public schools for several years, and she says it’s obvious that atheist groups are not nearly as concerned about Islam in the schools as they are about Christianity.

“It’s everywhere,” she said, noting that a teacher in Texas who gave students a more accurate history of Islam got fired. She was referring to the case of Dale Wolverton in Richmond, Texas.

Wolverton was forced to resign on April 8 when the Hamas-supporting Council for American-Islamic Relations filed a complaint against him for handing out brochures detailing the bloody history of Islam, ABC News reported.

Tennessee pastor Greg Locke in Mt. Juliet recently encouraged students to “take an F” on their test about the Islamic religion over what he described as “absolute brainwashing of religion,” EAGnews reported.

Locke pointed out in a viral video that local history books include about 28 pages on Islam, but only “a half-page of watered down Christianity,” according to the Tennessean.

Dozens of teachers and administrators in Pennsylvania’s Lebanon School District attended a taxpayer-funded workshop at a local mosque to learn about Islam, EAG News reported in June.

About 50 staffers from the district attended the workshop led by former district Arabic translator Mohamed Omar, who “took time off from his new job as a case worker for the Department of Human Services in Philadelphia to share his knowledge of Islam with the staff, which included Superintendent Marianne Bartley and several other administrators,” the Lebanon Daily News reports.

Afterward, they headed to the nearby Lebanon Valley Mosque to join an Islamic prayer service with the congregation, according to the Daily News.

This is the second year the school district has held the mosque workshop.

“There was no mention of objections or threatening letters sent to the school district by atheist groups that typically scream foul with religious-themed school events,” EAG News reported.

School girls in Littleton, Colorado, don the required attire as they get ready to enter a mosque in Denver.
Teachers and staff from Pennsylvania’s Lebanon School District bow to Allah inside a local mosque.

Read it all.

Contact the school board here: and more contacts here.

Georgia: Muslims report man exercising Constitutional rights to FBI

First and second amendments have nothing on sharia blasphemy law. As noted earlier in, the Islamo-pandering FBI is encouraging reporting breaches of the sharia. You will be left defenseless. via Muslim Community To Rifle Man with Muslim Message: Come To Islamic Center To Learn | WJBF-TV.

Martinez, GA – The Muslim community is responding to negative messages displayed by a local man armed outside of the military recruitment center in Augusta.

With the recent conviction of a local man for wanting to join ISIS to another local man and his very public statements about radical Islam, people in Augusta’s Muslim community want to be treated fairly. The Imam for the Islamic Society of Augusta told News Channel 6 while many people point to radicals, that is not at all what the Islamic faith represents.

“Are we going back to the Wild West again?”

A question that should have been asked of Mohammad Daoudi is, “Are we adopting Islamic sharia blasphemy laws in America?” It sure seems that way.

That’s Mohammad Jamal Daoudi’s response to this man.

News Channel 6 told you about Jim Stachowiak first on Monday.  He has made a promise to stand on Wrightsboro Road, near Augusta Mall, armed with his rifle and what some perceive as a negative message toward Muslims to protect military recruitment centers in the local shopping mall.  This act comes after a man claiming he was Muslim killed Marines in Chattanooga, TN.

Does so-called journalist Renetta DuBose have any reason to doubt that Palestinian-born Mohammad Youssuf Saeed Al-Hajjaj – born to Muslim parents, whose Muslim friends say he attended mosque was not a Muslim? A close friend stated he QUOTED THIS FROM THE KORAN before the attack, via Reuters: Tennessee suspect texted friend link to Koranic verse before attack

“Whosoever shows enmity to a friend of Mine, then I have declared war against him.”

Does it get any more Muslim than quoting directly from the Holy Koran? And how ’bout that quote Ms. DuBose. Peaceful? Back to the article.

“He has a history of anti-Muslim slogans, bashing Muslims and Muslim faith and sometimes teasing the Muslim community by coming with his car [to the center] that already has a print against Islam,” he stated.

The Koran is full of anti-non-Muslim slogans and commands for Muslims. Should it be banned?

Mohammad Daoudi, the Imam for the Islamic center in Martinez, said they have reported Stachowiak to the FBI, putting him on watch.

“What you learn from the media is not correct,” he said.  “What you learn from the Internet is not correct because the media is one person’s opinion.  The Internet is an anonymous person who is providing the information. This is a real Islamic Center.  I’m the resource of the Islamic Center.  I’m the Imam.  Come and ask.”

Ask him if Muslims are permitted to lie to protect Islam.

The primary Quranic verse sanctioning deception with respect to non-Muslims states: “Let believers not take for friends and allies infidels instead of believers. Whoever does this shall have no relationship left with Allah – unless you but guard yourselves against them, taking precautions.” (Quran 3:28; see also 2:173; 2:185; 4:29; 22:78; 40:28.)

Al-Tabari’s (838-923 AD) Tafsir, or Quranic exegeses, is essentially a standard reference in the entire Muslim world. Regarding 3:28, he wrote: “If you [Muslims] are under their [infidels’] authority, fearing for yourselves, behave loyally to them, with your tongue, while harbouring inner animosity for them… Allah has forbidden believers from being friendly or on intimate terms with the infidels in place of believers – except when infidels are above them [in authority]. In such a scenario, let them act friendly towards them.”

Regarding 3:28, the Islamic scholar Ibn Kathir (1301-1373) wrote: “Whoever at any time or place fears their [infidels’] evil, may protect himself through outward show.”

As proof of this, he quotes Muhammad’s companions. Abu Darda said: “Let us smile to the face of some people while our hearts curse them.” Al-Hassan said: “Doing taqiyya is acceptable till the day of judgment [in perpetuity].”

So if you do go, take your Go-Pro and send us the video. We’ll post it for all to see. Here are Questions to Ask Every Muslim. Record it all.

Renetta DuBose went to the mosque and apparently failed to ask the imam – or publish her findings – about taqiyya or any other aspect of the Islamic ideology that is wreaking havoc not only in Georgia but worldwide. Why didn’t she ask him about wife beating, honor killings or marrying six-year old girls as Mohammad did? Why didn’t she ask him about Muhammad’s well-documented history of waging jihad, killing, rape and plunder? Is she not interested in Islam’s role in enslaving black Africans – that continues to this day? Is that not savage?

Maybe she’ll do a follow up piece on that one day soon. Ask her at facebook twitter mail.


Georgia: 15 years for Muslim who tried to join Islamic State

Abdul Wakil Khalil aka Abu Hurairah Al Amreekee

via ‘I am an American’ says Georgia man who tried to join Islamic State |

AUGUSTA, Ga. — A Georgia man who wrote he was “ready for jihad” before buying a one-way ticket overseas to try joining the Islamic State group was sentenced to federal prison Tuesday after he sobbed to the judge, “I am an American.”

Leon Nathan Davis III of Augusta was sentenced to 15 years, the maximum punishment allowed. A pale, bearded man with a Southern accent, the 38-year-old Davis pleaded guilty in May to seeking to help a known terrorist organization.

He was arrested at the Atlanta airport last October trying to board a flight to Turkey. Davis later said his plan was to be smuggled into Syria so he could join the Islamic State group as a recruiter and an English teacher.

During his sentencing Tuesday, Davis told the judge he had been “brainwashed” by writings and online propaganda of radical Muslims not long after he converted to Islam while imprisoned for cocaine trafficking a decade ago.

“I allowed myself to stray away from the truth of my religion, which is peace, love and humility,” Davis said. “They brainwashed me into thinking that hatred and death were the way into heaven.”

Despite his apologies and acknowledgement of wrongdoing, prosecutors insisted Davis was far from harmless.

Assistant U.S. Attorney Carlton Bourne showed the judge a photograph Davis posted online of himself holding a shotgun and surrounded by other weapons. Bourne said Davis added the caption: “ready for jihad.”

About a year before buying his plane ticket, Bourne said, Davis posted online: “One of my greatest desires is to kill Zionists and bring down Israel and the United States of America.”

Despite being a convicted felon, Davis owned six rifles, four handguns and two shotguns, according to prosecutors who originally charged him with illegal gun possession. That charge was dropped as part of a plea deal.

Davis posted “stupid things” on social media, said his defense attorney, Michael Loebl. But with no military training and a bad back, Davis posed “a low-level threat, if any,” Loebl said.

Davis underwent a genuine religious conversion while in prison from 2005 to 2008, Loebl said, and became so dedicated that he taught himself to read and write Arabic. He said Davis’ interest in radical Islam peaked when he left prison and was able to access writings, videos and other materials online.

Davis and his attorney insisted he never meant harm, particularly to Americans. Davis was born in Augusta and had a father who served in the military. At the time of his arrest, he was selling dietary supplements. He told the judge that because of his actions, his wife, an Iraqi citizen, has been barred from returning to the U.S.

“I love my country and I am an American,” Davis said through loud sobs. “This is the best country in the world and it deserves better.”

Authorities have charged several dozen people in the last year with trying to fight alongside the Islamic State and other militants or with lending them material support.

U.S. District Court Judge J. Randal Hall said he chose the maximum punishment for Davis in hopes that it might deter others, though he also voiced concerns Davis might use prison to recruit more Islamic State supporters.

“In light of the clear evidence of their savagery and brutality, he chose to travel there and join them,” Hall said. “This is a serious offense against our nation. We need to impose a serious sentence.”

More:  15 Years For Attempting To Help ISIS

In 2005 when Davis went to prison for trafficking cocaine, he converted to Islam. He taught himself to read and write Arabic and he taught the tenets of the religion to others, Loebl said. He said Davis began to read and study radical Islamic views in 2006 and gradually became brainwashed over the years that the only way to an Islamic utopia on Earth was through the Islamic State.

Davis apologized to faithful Muslims for falsely believing terror and hatred was the path to heaven, and for leaving another black stain on the religion. He apologized for the pain and shame he brought to his family.

Assistant U.S. Attorney Carlton R. Bourne Jr. asked the judge to impose the maximum sentence. Davis is not the peace-loving man he claims – claims belied by his posts on social media such as “ready for jihad,” with a picture of himself surrounded by a dozen weapons, Bourne said. Davis was fully prepared to join the Islamic State and it was only through the proactive work of federal and state law enforcement officers that his plan was foiled.

Davis bought his airplane ticket just weeks after the Islamic State publicized the beheadings of American journalists Steve Sotloff and James Foley, Bourne said.


In one piece of evidence against Davis, he can be seen posing in a picture surrounded by weapons with the caption “ready for jihad.”

Now he’ll go back to prison ready to teach others jihad.

Georgia: Note on car near military base: ‘mohammad will show no mercy, attacks will come, death to come to you’

via Chilling Note Found on Car Near Military Base Taking Aim at Service Members

Police are investigating a threatening note left on a car near Dobbins Air Reserve Base in Marietta, Georgia, Wednesday.

The note, found on the windshield of a service member’s car, was turned over to the Cobb County Police Department, which is working with military authorities in its investigation.

“dear american soldier,” the note read in all lowercase. ”death to you coward women child killer and all the american military mohammad will show no mercy on you attacks will come full force death is to come to you.”

The note was found on a car at an office complex near Powers Ferry Road, a news release from police stated, classifying it as a possible terrorist threat. Police noted that the victim might have been targeted because his license plate identified him as a service member.

WAGA-TV reported that the note it featured in its report is a reproduction of one that also is being shared on Facebook.

The note comes a week after a military recruiting center and a base in Chattanooga, Tennessee, were attacked. Four Marines and a sailor were killed in the shooting by 24-year-old Muhammad Youssef Abdulazeez, who was killed by police at the site of the second shooting.

Not far from the site of our post earlier this week in Alpharetta.

Georgia: What Muslim immigration looks like in Alpharetta (video)

Celebrating Islam days after one of their own waged jihad on U.S. soil, killing five American soldiers.

Not concerned with or unaware of the rapid importation of Muslims to the U.S.? Even after last week’s jihad attack that killed four Marines and one Navy seaman. Sometimes a picture, or in this case a video, can help to visualize the problem.

Check out just the first few minutes of this video from Alpharetta, Georgia. This is what Muslim immigration results in. Large numbers of foreign Muslim men who prefer to live by the sharia. h/t Iron Burka.

How will that video look in 2o years? In every major city and metropolitan area in the U.S.? 

Many previous posts on Alpharetta here.

This is what Lilburn, Georgia looked like five years ago:

Clear Channel Refuses “Truth About Muhammad” Ads Countering ICNA’s Lies


via Atlas Shrugs:

A good many Atlas readers have written me over the past couple of weeks, concerned about a deceptive ad that ICNA is running in a number of American cities. The Islamic Circle of North America is an Islamic organization that has been probed by the FBI for ties to terrorism. They are running a deceptive Muhammad propaganda campaign (above). You may remember their Sharia for America ad campaign here.

So we created a counter campaign of truth, “The Truth About Muhammad.”

Clear Channel rejected our ad, saying it wasn’t very nice.

Muhammad-quotes-800x233  ICNA-mo-ad

So we submitted a different ad, using Muhammad’s own quotes (below). That way Clear Channel could not say we were editorializing or opining.

 ICNA works closely with radical Islamic organizations and invites radical speakers to its conferences:

ICNA was named in the Muslim Brotherhood document — titled “An Explanatory Memorandum on the General Strategic Goal for the Group in North America” — as one of the Brotherhood’s 29 likeminded “organizations of our friends” that shared the common goal of destroying America and turning it into a Muslim nation. These “friends” were identified by the Brotherhood as groups that could help teach Muslims “that their work in America is a kind of grand Jihad in eliminating and destroying the Western civilization from within and ‘sabotaging’ its miserable house by their hands … so that … God’s religion [Islam] is made victorious over all other religions.”

Clear Channel rejected our second ad using Muhammad’s own words.

The subversive, supremacist, Muslim Brotherhood organization known as the Islamic Circle of North America (ICNA) launched a new billboard campaign designed to mislead Americans and lull them into complacency regarding the jihad threat. And so my human rights organization, the American Freedom Defense Initiative (AFDI), is once again doing what we always do: countering lies with truth.

ICNA’s billboards in Atlanta claim that “Muhammad — peace be upon him — believed in peace, social justice, women’s rights,” along with a phone number to find out more about Islam. They’re planning on having 100 of these billboards around the country by the end of the year, while hosting conferences in various cities around the country about Sharia and Muhammad.

We are countering ICNA’s lies with the truth about Muhammad. Our ad reads, “Muhammad believed in war, denial of rights to women, denial of rights to non-Muslims, deceit of unbelievers,” and directs people to an AFDI website, At that site, we lay out abundant evidence for what we say about Muhammad – evidence taken from core Islamic texts.

We submitted our ads to go up in Atlanta in the same areas as the ICNA kitman billboards: Camp Creek Parkway at Desert Drive; at Mountain Industrial Boulevard at Stone Mountain Freeway; and at Chamblee Tucker Road at I-285.

ICNA is dedicated to “establishing a place for Islam in America” – which means a place for jihad and a place for Sharia. ICNA, like the Hamas-tied Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR), is a terror front group whose “Muslim advocacy” front masks their true Islamic supremacist agenda. Despite the carefully constructed myth surrounding Muslim Brotherhood groups in America, advanced by a hostile and pro-jihadist media, the truth about these subversives is out there.

The Muslim Brotherhood group ICNA is lying to Americans about Muhammad, Islam and Sharia in order to advance a false narrative about the most extreme and radical ideology on the face of the earth. Period. They don’t want Americans to know the truth that the gendercide of honor killings, the clitoridectomies, the stonings, and the 1,400 years of cultural annihilations and enslavements are all Sharia-mandated and inspired by Muhammad’s example.

Clear Channel rejected both of our ads — here are my notes from our conversations with Jack Jessen of Clear Channel, who said that he “cannot run” our ad. I asked Mr. Jessen why, and he said that it had a “negative connotation to it.”

I told him that I was using direct quotes from Muhammad. But he said it was “very negative-based” and that he “considered it an attack” on ICNA. I said that I hadn’t even mentioned ICNA and that the ICNA ad wasn’t honest. I explained that the ICNA is a terror-tied group and explained their background.

I said that we didn’t oppose his running  the ICNA ad, because it’s a free country. But if he was going to run that kind of propaganda, he had to allow a counterpoint. He had to allow the truth. At least our ads are true – they are quotes, direct quotes from Muhammad.

Mr. Jessen admitted he “didn’t know enough about the details of it,” but he just knows “that’s the way he perceived it.”

I reiterated that I was not attacking ICNA in the ad — I even offered to change the layout, the colors. I explained that he was running something that is completely and utterly false because he perceives it as good. But it is not good. I explained that he was helping to disarm the American people in a very grave threat.

I told Mr. Jessen that I was willing to work with him. I changed the ad once, but for him to say absolutely no was just so wrong. It’s  unconscionable.

He suggested I talk to another company in Atlanta. I asked if he knew of a company in Atlanta that would run it. He said he did not.

So I responded that it was Clear Channel that ran the ICNA ad. So how could he not run the AFDI ad? How did he reconcile that?

He could not answer. I gave him  primary sources of the quotes. So who am I attacking? What’s negative? Mohammad said it.

He said he didn’t recognize the names of the sources of my quotes.

“I have been made victorious through terror” — Sahih al-Bukhari 2977

“I have seen that the majority of the dwellers of Hell-fire were you (women).” — Sahih al-Bukhari 304

“War is deceit.” — Sahih al-Bukhari 3029

He admitted he used wikipedia to vet our ad. Wikipedia – edited by paid operatives funded by Muslim countries in many cases.

He admitted that he was in “a difficult position.”

I said, you’re an advertising company that is obviously taking issue-related ads. So if this ad doesn’t go up, you know that Clear Channel will come under attack for not taking this ad, because Clear Channel is showing a preference.

He said he would talk to his people in corporate and get back to me.

He never did.

Clear Channel:

Clear Channel Outdoor
1200 Wilson Way SE # C
Smyrna, GA
(678) 309-0085

Clear Channel Broadcasting
1819 Peachtree Rd #700
Atlanta, GA
(404) 367-0640

Clear Channel
315 Chester Ave SE
Atlanta, GA
(404) 581-1901

@CCOutdoorNA on Twitter

Will Clear Channel wake up before the lawsuit comes – one that numerous other large organizations have fought and lost already – or will they ban all political/religious ads to protect jihad-waging Muslims? Time will tell. Our money is on Geller.

As we’ve posted many times before, the founder of the Why Islam ads wrote very clearly telling Muslims how they should treat Christians and why they are here:  Director of Islamic dawah ads in his own words

Islam came to tear down the pillars of kufr and replace them with the pillars of Islam.


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